Schroeder Center for Health Policy Undergraduate Research Assistant Program

Throughout the academic year, the Schroeder Center for Health Policy administers its Undergraduate Research Assistant Program.  Under this program, William & Mary faculty from various disciplines supervise undergraduate students who work on selected health policy projects.  Students gain valuable research and analytic skills through their assistance on these faculty projects.  We are proud to announce the undergraduate research assistants for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Rebecca Barber, Public Policy (2015)
Research Assistant to:  Professor Jennifer Mellor, Economics and Schroeder Center for Health Policy
Project:  Health Education and Literacy (HEAL) Program

Lawrence (Chang) Chun, Economics (2016)
Research Assistant to:  Professor Tracy Johnson-Hall, Mason School of Business
Project:  Major food product recalls

Zhiyao (Lucy) Lu, Economics/Math (2016)

Research Assistant to:  Professor Tracy Johnson-Hall, Mason School of Business
Project:  Major food product recalls

Maia Mandel (2017)
Research Assistant to:  Professor Scott Ickes, Kinesiology and Health Sciences
Project:  Understanding the role of maternal capabilities with child feeding and nutritional status: key relationships and policy implications from Uganda

Nickole Medel, Psychology (2016)
Research Assistant to:  Professor Danielle Dallaire, Psychology
Project:  Healthy Beginnings Project and standards of care for pregnant incarcerated women


For a full listing of undergraduate research assistants in previous academic years, click here.


Funding Opportunities for 2015-2016
The Schroeder Center will announce undergraduate research assistant opportunities for the 2015-2016 academic year in September 2015.  Please return to this site for additional information at that time.